Previous Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq had some hard words for Pakistan selectors as they decided to go for certain bizarre decisions. He cracked down on the public selectors who as of late picked the 20-man crew that will be facing South Africa in the two-coordinate Test arrangement. He was alarmed with different picks, including that of Haris Rauf and Tabish Khan. Inzamam added that selectors demonstrated no vision while picking the public level group.
Inzamam-ul-Haq added that Tabish Khan is more than 36 years of age, and he doesn’t legitimize his situation at all in the Test side. The previous Pakistan batsman accepts that determination is the name of vision for the following two, and your vision characterizes your choice. The group, which has been proclaimed by PCB and headed by Mohammed Wasim, appears to have no vision by any means.
Your vision characterizes your determination: Inzamam-ul-Haq
“Determination is the name of vision for the following two years. Your vision characterizes your choice. In the group reported by the PCB determination board headed by Mohammad Wasim indicated no vision by any means. Would anyone be able to disclose to me Tabish Khan who is a pacer and is more than 36 would proceed to improve from here? Indeed, even a batsman arriving at this age can’t be chosen for the absolute first an ideal opportunity for a Test side,” said Inzamam-ul-Haq while talking on his YouTube channel.
Haris Rauf has likewise been remembered for the Test side of the Pakistan group, and he was as of late piece of Melbourne Stars in BBL. Inzamam-ul-Haq isn’t happy with his determination as he has recently been important for three top notch games and has seven wickets shockingly. He is similarly not persuaded with the choice of Abdullah Shafiq in the crew.
Inzamam-ul-Haq (Shafiq) has quite recently played one top of the line match, and you have remembered him for the Test side. Unfortunately, this has become our choice rules. Based on only one five star coordinate, we are putting forth attempts to give a Test cap to a player,” Inzamam added.
Pakistan have remembered nine uncapped individuals for their Test crew and have dominated just one game Test at home against the Proteas.